April 2019 Articles Archive
Despite the complexity of plastic waste disposal, young people seek solutions and take action
How a boy started an ecological project that is still growing, just like the trees
Private confessions, once a gift from Irish monks, go back to a tradition in Celtic monasteries
Lorna Gold has always been interested in the impact of human activities on the environment. An author of numerous books, she now works for Trócaire, the Irish Catholic Development Agency. Her latest book, Climate Generation, highlights the challenges of conserving nature in today’s society. She spoke with Living City’s Susanne Janssen.
When it comes to tackling the challenges we face, we need to do the right thing (not just know it)
Focolare’s president reflects on the central role of the Holy Spirit — Part 3
The popular Netflix series with Marie Kondo brings us back to the essential. Our spiritual lives could use some tidying up, too
Children across the country and around the world, learn the Gospel-based Art of Loving through the Cube of Love program. Erlyn Gonzales, age 10, is a student at Lord Selkirk and St. Patrick’s Parish Prep School in Montreal, Canada. She writes about how she put the phrase “Be the first to love” into practice.